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of your cheapskates and pretty proud of some of the things they've done. this is stacy, a single mom. here's what she had to say. >> hi. i'm stacy barnett from illinois and i am a cheapskate. one of the things i was spending the most money on was beauty products. so i started doing some research online and found not only great cheap products but also products that you can make at home. it saved me so much money. >> stacy has a great story. she worked her way out of i think $165,000 worth of debt. what is she doing right? she did. the important thing about stacy's story is she's finding little incremental ways to save on things that add up over time. do you know if you live close enough to where you work, could washing everyd walk everyday, over the course of your career you'd save half a million dollars during the course of your career and have a great looking pair of legs. >> and before you retire yourself, let's listen to what this family had to say. >> hey, we're jonathan and sherry from jackson, mississippi. >> our retirement plans include being 100% debt free including our house by th
hummel of ais group and dane leon of mcquartery group. stacy, 30 seconds on the clock. what do you expect tomorrow? >> great things. obviously everybody is focused on apple and netflix, but other things to look at as well. the initial jobless claims numbers, we think need to be strong in order for the market to sustain long-term sustainability. also signer semiconductor. we think we'll get an indication the semi conductor cycle has bottomed and that will be positive for technology overall. we also have ao smith reporting tomorrow. we think they need to be incredibly confident with the overall recovery in the real estate market in order for people to want to stay along that trade. >> wow, really squeezing a lot in 30 seconds. john, break it down. what are you looking for? 30 seconds. >> we're going to be focused on the uspmi manufacturing index and the kansas city fed index, both of which we expect will show slow u.s. growth and continue to support aggressive fed policy. offsetting that, we think that chinese manufacturing tomorrow will show a further acceleration and the combination of th
, and that is fine with me. i think it is just dumb. host: this is a quote from staff sargeant stacy spearsall -- next is nick joining us from peoria, illinois. on the independent line. caller: i have two sons in the military. neither of them are in military or -- infantry our combat units. they said the problem is, women do not have the physical strength. look at the body builders. they have to take steroids. my son in the marines, he is about 6 feet, 4 inches. he says, how is somebody going to carry me out? even in physical training, we do 30 pushups. women do 15. that does not make any sense. host: thank you for the culprit joining the defense secretary -- for the call. to and in the defense secretary was martin dempsey, the joint chiefs of staff. >> as we look at requirements for a spectrum of conflicts, not just counterinsurgency, we really in -- we really need standards that apply across all of those. it is important that if we do say that a standard is too high, the burden is on the service to explain to the secretary why is it that it is. it doesn't have to be that high? with the direc
is adorable. >> stacy keibler, we saw them look great on the red carpet. see the kids now, the kids' version here. kids' version? >> kids version? >> very daerp. >> very similar dress. what i love is they got very close to the dresses, too. then we have lucy lui and her big floral dress. you remember that whether you like it or not. here is the kid version. she is cute. >> very sweet. >> how about anne hathaway. >> anne hat away. >> the kids. >> the minianne h anne hat away. >> a dead ringer. >> you get the idea. kerry washington, taylor swift, do we have the photographs of our dear friends here, savannah, toddlers? >> maybe it will come back to me. >> they did us on the show, guess. >> well, they did you guys on the show. >> i will taken your word for it. >> remembered it, wonderful, stay with you always. there is halle berry. >> a bonus take. al, you take this one. i will not endorse it. >>> tuesday, i gave will lay brand new nickname on tuesday. check it out. >> and that is your latest weather from chicago. natalie, woody -- woody? [ laughter ] >> who's that now? >> woody. i like it. >> a
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